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Senate Impeachment Trial #658039

CNN Special for Tuesday, Feb 09, 1999

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CNN coverage and analysis of the Senate Impeachment Trial of President Bill Clinton, including statements by Senate Chaplain Reverend Lloyd Ogilvie, Senate Sergeant-At-Arms James Ziglar, Senator Trent Lott, Chief Justice William Rehnquist, Senator Arlen Specter, Senator Tom Daschle, Senator Paul Wellstone, Senator Larry Craig, Senator Paul Coverdell, Senator Patrick Leahy, Senator Tom Harkin, Senator Patty Murray, Senator John Kerry, Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison, and Senator Olympia Snowe.

CNN analysis includes the participation of Constitutional Law Professor Michael Gerhardt, Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison, Senator Mitch McConnell, Representative Dennis Hastert, Gallup Pollster Frank Newport, Representative Ed Bryant, and Criminal Defense Attorney Ronald Sullivan.

Karl, Jonathan;
Franken, Bob;
Greenfield, Jeff;
Blitzer, Wolf;
Sustern, Greta Van;
Cossack, Roger

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